“Remain A Memory” Unveils an Emotional Overture

Fallen Letters, a burgeoning duo from Bangalore, India, steps onto the musical stage with their poignant debut, “Remain A Memory.” This emotionally charged composition paints a vivid narrative of a love that etches itself into memory, refusing to wane with time. The song transcends mere soundwaves, weaving an intricate tapestry of heartache and longing through its soulful melody and poignant lyrics. Vishal Naidu, the band’s creative force, takes on the roles of vocalist, guitarist, bassist, and producer, infusing the song with his artistic vision. Aditya Ramesh complements the duo’s dynamic with his prowess on guitars, backing vocals, and bass. Together, their synergy brings forth a sound that reverberates with influences from Katatonia, Deftones, Tool, and A Perfect Circle.


The song’s production bears the intimate touch of Vishal Naidu’s home studio, where the heart and soul of “Remain A Memory” were meticulously crafted. With an in-house production process, the song’s sonic landscape was carefully sculpted, while Mike Langford (of Evans Blue and Parabelle fame) took on the mixing duties. The final flourish came courtesy of Peter Letros, who masterfully brought the track to life in Canada. “Remain A Memory” sets the tone for Fallen Letters’ musical journey, a path paved with alternative rock influences and a commitment to crafting a sound that resonates deeply. Their music delves into the depths of human experience, embracing the raw emotions and vulnerabilities that accompany themes of loss and longing. Through their art, Fallen Letters aims to forge a space of solace and connection, inviting listeners to immerse themselves in the profound layers of their music.

As Fallen Letters emerges onto the music scene, “Remain A Memory” stands as a testament to their ability to weave intricate emotions into melodies that linger long after the final note. This debut promises a compelling journey through the realms of heartache and memory, leaving an indelible mark on the listener’s soul.

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